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The formation of spiritual community


Published 1995
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Another way of putting this is I am not speaking of discovery. Rather, it is revelation. Something existed in the situations of some people in a certain place long before I found it and declared it important to me. I am in the vulnerable position of colonialist. The northern world is finally hearing indigenous native peoples describe the devastating results to them of being “discovered” by European colonizers. Whatever there is in my discernment, therefore, must be honored as a fragile gift. I feel obligated to share it, but I know that even my way of putting what I believe I received from people in Central America is not their whole story. It is my story touched by power from their story. This is what I call revelation. I describe some perceptions of that Latin American experience which I feel can guide people in churches of the North. They are not intended to save the churches of the North. They will poss


Publisher Cambridge, MA: The author
Year 1995
Pages 310
Possible copyright status The author
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
Book contributor Episcopal Divinity School, Sherrill Library
Collection episcopaldivinityschool_sherrilllibrary; regionaldigitizationmass; americana

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